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WITH THEIR USE AND PLACE IN THE
WORSHIP OF GOD
DID' Testament Dispensation:
Brief Description of the Temple, its
Spiritual and Typical Exhibition of Christ in those Sa-
BY SAMUEL EYLES PIERCE.
With a Recommendatory Preface by the
Rev. I. NICHOLSON.
Printed by W. Nicholson, Warner Street,
and LEIGH, 18, Strand; Button and Son, Paternoster
Itisan admirable saying of a wise Roman", who nevertheless was an entire stranger to “The Bookb," “ The Book of Books," “ The precious, precious Book of God",”
á Horace, the brightest genius in the court of Augustus.
b “ The Book” is the genuine English of the word, Bible, which is of Greek derivation, and exclusively applied to the Holy Scriptures.
c Usher, the learned and venerable Bishop of Armagh, constantly distinguished the Holy Scriptures by this appropriate character.
d These words formed a part of the last address of a dying martyr. When he had arrived at the stake, and adjusted every thing preparatory to his execution, he took his final leave of all terrestrial objects in this empassioned language. “ Farewell Sun and Moon! Farewell all the beauties of Creation, and comforts of life! Farewell my honoured